5 novels - $5-$6 each - $24 (Asheville)

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The Cricket in Times Square, by George Selden, drawings by Garth Williams. A Yearling Book, this edition published 1995. Received both the Newbery Medal and the Newbery Honor, representing the best in children's literature. Mass market paperback, 151 pages. Chester the cricket travels to New York City where he takes up residence in the Bellinis' newsstand in the Times Square subway station. He soon meets a boy named Mario, a mouse named Tucker, and Harry the cat. Hilarity ensues. This volume also includes a 14-page excerpt from "The Watsons Go to Birmingham - 1963 [Chapter 1], by Christopher Paul Curtis. $5

Of Mice and Men, by John Steinbeck. Penguin Books, 1993 edition. Mass market paperback, 107 pages. Steinbeck focused on the California working class in his early novels, this one first published in 1937. $5

The Subtle Knife - Special Edition, by Philip Pullman. His Dark Materials, Book Two. Sequel to The Golden Compass. Ballantine Books, 1997. Mass market paperback, 288 pages. Selected by the Book of the Month Club. $5

At Swim-Two-Birds, by Flann O'Brien. Introduction by William H Gass. Dalkey Archive Press, 2008 (4th printing of 1951 novel). Considered a masterpiece of 20th-century comic Irish literature. Trade paperback, 239 pages. $6

Parallel Lies, by Ridley Pearson. Hardback with slipcover. 2001, First Edition. Ex-cop Peter Tyler investigates a series of derailments on the Northern Union Railroad. Despite the official explanations, they might be terrorism attacks. A thriller "packed with action, laced with romance, brimming with heart-stopping suspense..." Award-winning author Ridley Pearson has written 13 previous novels. $5

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